Hello everyone!! Quick update from my end...the daughter's done with her high school exams, time for college admissions, the son is in a new "big" class now and yours truly is as always, complaining about the weather and trying to figure out what to eat!!
As the scorching sun beats down on us, I'm less and less inclined to turn on that oven. So this morning, excitedly armed with a jar of my homemade Cinnamon Maple Almond Butter, I made these No-Bake Almond Cookies.
Now, these cookies are exceptionally easy to make. Think fun kitchen project with the kids during the summer hols. Think easy healthy snack. Think delicious. Think high fiber and healthy fats. Think wholesome, nutritious dessert!
Filled to the gills with sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, coconut, almonds, and rolled oats. These babies are crunchy, nutty, lightly sweetened and so gooey....thanks to that almond butter.
- You can use rolled oats to make these cookies gluten-free.
- Coconut/palm sugar may be used instead of honey/maple syrup
- I haven't used too much chocolate. But feel free to add more if you like. Do watch out for adding the chocolate to the warm mixture, it will melt ( this is my experience talking! ).
- Our North Indian summer is not kind to no-bake treats. So store them in an airtight container in the fridge or in the freezer. You can keep the frozen ones out for a couple of minutes before eating them.
No-Bake Almond Cookies Recipe
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No Bake Almond Cookies
Servings: 18 Cookies
- 1 cup rolled oats Toasted for 3-4 minutes in a hot saute pan
- 1.5 cup Desiccated coconut
- 1/4 cup Sunflower seeds
- 2 Tbsp Sesame seed
- 1/4 cup Almonds Toasted and roughly chopped
- 2 Tbsp dark chocolate I used dairy free chocolate from Earthloaf
- 2 Tbsp Cocoa nibs optional
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 2 Tbsp Almond butter I used my homemade Cinnamon Maple Almond Butter
- 1/4 cup Coconut oil
- 1/3 cup Honey/ maple syrup
- 2 tsp vanilla extract
- Keep a small tray lined with baking paper ready
- In a large bowl combine the first 8 ingredients.
- In a small saucepan, combine the almond butter, honey/ maple syrup and coconut oil, over gentle heat, until melted and smooth.
- Cool this for a few minutes and stir in the vanilla extract.
- Pour over the dry ingredients. Stir well to combine.
- Form into even sized balls and press down a bit to flatten them.
- Place on the prepared tray and refrigerate for 20-30 minutes until firm. If you're in a rush, just pop in your freezer for 5-10 minutes. Serve immediately and enjoy!
Rupa Khosla says
What is almond butter .Is it available in grocery store or 8t 9d to be prepared at home
Almond butter is a paste made from almonds. Its available in health food stores and can be made at home also.
I'll be posting the recipe soon 🙂
Prasad Np says
very interesting recipe , I think even I can try this out...
I'm sure you can, its really so easy! Thank you for stopping by! 🙂
Shilpi Dutta says
"No bake" is an instant attention driver as I love the no bake dishes which can be made on kitchen stove. This was a simple and great recipe. Will try this at home. Keep sharing!
Thank you Shilpi!!I hope you'll try it. Do let me know how these worked out for you. 🙂
Aniruddha Shrivastava says
Very nice. Easy to follow instructions makes it even better.
Thank you so much Aniruddha!Hope you'll give these a try and tell me all about it 🙂
I got my eyes on your blog while going through some random pictures in instagram. Very beautiful pictures and clearly described recipes.
I had already added a lot of recipes to my list of must try ?..
I just had one query about these cookies, Can I use normal sunflower oil used for cooking at home instead of coconut oil? Because I don't like the smell of coconut oil in my food.
Hi Anusha,you're too kind! I'm thrilled that you like this space. 🙂 I haven't used sunflower oil for these cookies, so I'm not sure. The reason why coconut oil works very well here is because it solidifies once refrigerated and that helps to hold the cookie together. Maybe you can try sunflower oil and butter mix? Or increase the quantity of almond butter and use very little coconut oil?
I hope this helps and you give these a try. Do let me know how these worked out for you. xx
alina f says
very nice recipe, made with my own peanut butter and came out so well. thank you 🙂
Natasha Minocha says
How wonderful! Homemade peanut butter would be so good here.